When there's no other way . . . but to pray

Let's be honest. Most of us would rather pray about non–emergency issues. Like what class to sign up for next term. Or how to patch up things after a tiff with a friend. Or how to find better day care for the kids. But sometimes there are desperate situations to face. Crises or illnesses or tragedies that look beyond solution—even beyond God Himself.

You might think it's harder than ever to pray at those times. Harder than ever to feel God's presence.

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